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(vī′ĕ-lāt″) [L. violare, to injure]
To harm or injure a person, esp. to rape a female.
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Qasemi made the remarks in reaction to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo who had claimed that Iran missile program violates UNSC Resolution 2231.
District court's decision: The district court determined that neither the credits nor the abatements violated the Commence Clause, because they did not violate either of the taxation structures that have been previously rejected by the Supreme Court, and they did not discriminate against interstate commence.
Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia held that the program did not violate the First Amendment.
If the law at that time did not clearly establish that the officer's conduct would violate the Constitution, the officer is entitled to qualified immunity.
Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled this summer that requiring school officials to contact parents when their children refuse to devote their allegiance violates the students' rights.
On February 6, the day that he appeared before Judge Thaddeus Stephen Machnik for the initial hearing in the case, his attorneys filed a counterclaim against Wilmette, contending that the anti-handgun ordinance violates their client's rights.
The Court will consider whether last spring's campaign-finance law violates First Amendment free-speech rights of political groups and individuals.
PhrMA sued CMS in federal court alleging that the HMP violates a provision (42 USC [section]1396r-8(b)(1)(A)) that requires manufacturers only to pay rebates for drugs for which payment was made under the state plan.
Judge Hagler stated that in this case, the Dowlings seek to enlarge the reach of Romea by arguing that the rent demand which, although signed by an officer of the landlord, nevertheless violates FDCPA because it was drafted by the landlord' s attorneys.
In addition to the Double Jeopardy Clause, Maternowski argues, the drug tax violates, due process rights.
Legal observers believe that the sixth circuit decision violates Romer, but the case will provide a crucial test of Justice Anthony Kennedy's strongly worded majority opinion.